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Malachi 1:11

Gopal was converted from an orthodox Buddhist background and has been planting churches in Nepal since 2002. God has used him to plant multiple churches in southwestern Nepal. Gopal is privileged to work in the ministry together with his son Sarvajit. Greetings in the name of Christ! In this month, I was sick and was unable to take care of myself. So my son Sarvajit brought me into his house. I stayed there for three days before returning home. I was very discouraged because of my sickness and ... Keep Reading

Ragunandam is serving as a church planter in Nepal, where he returned to serve full time in the ministry after studying at a Bible school for a year in India from 2003 to 2004. Warm greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. In the month of May, I got sick and was unable to do my regular ministry. In the grace of God, Elder Dal helped me in this situation. He looked after the cottage meeting as well as some of the Saturday services. May God bless him. In the Lord’s grace, I am... Keep Reading

Ghan serves as a leader of a group of pastors with whom HeartCry partners in Nepal. He also pastors his own local congregation. Ghan is married and has two sons and two daughters. Greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. The weekly church services are going well. I am preaching from the book of James, teaching the believers not just to believe, but also to express faith through good works. They are growing in the Lord by His grace! I would like to give thanks to God for giving us... Keep Reading

Ram began working in the ministry in 2003. In 2005 he became an elder and soon after began working to plant a church. He remains the pastor of this church today. In the grace of God the weekly church services are going well. Most of the believers are really eager to know God’s Word and are trying to walk according to it. They are meditating on God’s Word. It is my joy in the Lord to guide His people. I am also meditating on God’s Word, learning from it, and growing in the Lord... Keep Reading

Letters from Nepal: Neel G.

Posted March 7, 2018 |0 Comments

Neel was saved out of a Hindu and Buddhist family. After his conversion, he was used to start a church plant in his home village. Since then, he has begun another church plant close to his home and serves there now as pastor. I am very thankful to God for the responsibility of looking after His flock. James 3:1 says, “Let not many of you become teachers, my brethren, knowing that as such we will incur a stricter judgment.” This verse always hits me and reminds me of the re... Keep Reading

Tul began a church in his home village shortly after his conversion. He later went to Bible school in India and has now returned to Nepal to serve as a church planter and pastor. In the grace of God, the weekly church services and cottage meetings are going well; we have started constructing a building for Sunday school. The children were having fellowship in the church’s kitchen room, which became quite congested. Because of this, we decided to make a small hall for Sunday school. Thanks... Keep Reading

Murder and Mercy

Posted March 7, 2018  by: Forrest Hite |0 Comments

Gomati, who was raised in a Hindu family, used to live with her husband and her son. Her husband was a wicked man, who every day would get drunk and abuse her physically, mentally, and emotionally. On several occasions, he grabbed a knife and tried to kill her and her son. As time passed, this way of life never changed for Gomati. She became utterly exhausted by her husband’s hurtful, never-ending activities. One day, losing her mind in exasperation, she killed her husband. In keeping wit... Keep Reading

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Greetings | HeartCry Magazine Issue 89

Posted June 8, 2017  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

hc89-150x263My dear brothers and sisters, I hope this brief introduction finds you growing in your understanding of the person and work of Christ upon which the entirety of our hope and salvation rests. You may know that it has been an eventful several weeks for my family and me. On March 20th, I suffered a heart attack in my home. Before the paramedics co... Keep Reading

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In January 2017, I had the privilege of visiting our missionary, Bill Issa, and his family in Kampala, Uganda. Kampala and the immediately surrounding area have a population of almost 4 million, and is one of the fastest growing cities in Africa. This was my first visit to Uganda, and I would have to rate it fairly high among the African countries I have visited in terms of friendliness and development. I arrived late Saturday night, and Sunday morning joined Bill’s church, Reconciliation... Keep Reading

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